SYLACAUGA, Ala. – The Sylacauga City Council met for the second time in December Tuesday night.

During the regularly scheduled meeting, the council:

  • Recognized of Mayor Heigl’s appointment of James Adams as a Commissioner to the Sylacauga Housing Authority for the five-year term expiring Feb. 4, 2024
  • Took action that is necessary to adopt ordinance amending and correcting certain sections and language of Ordinance 2206-18, also known as the City of Sylacauga Business License Ordinance.
  • Took action that is necessary to approve resolution accepting a Good Roots Grant in the amount of $1,000 from the Alabama Power Foundation; Grant funds will be used for the replacement/placement of trees on various public property locations throughout the City and coordinated by the Tree Commission.
  • Took action that is necessary to approve resolution authorizing the purchase of two (2) dump trucks at a cost of $62,950 each from Southland International Trucks, Inc. through the CV Sourcewell Purchasing Cooperative program (formerly National Joint Powers Alliance or NJPA)—Actual purchase is subject to approval of using Sourcewell by the Dept. of Public Examiners; otherwise, authorization is to seek bids for the trucks.
  • Took Action that is necessary to approve travel/expenses for HR Specialist Jayne McGee to attend the Alabama City/County Management Association Certificate Program: Public Management & Community Development segment of the Local Government Professional Management Certificate Program to be held in Prattville, Feb. 7-8, 2019—Registration fee is $195; Additional costs for mileage and meals will be incurred–Estimated total cost of travel/training for McGee is $351.
  • Took action that is necessary to approve travel/expenses for PD Investigator Willis Whatley to attend the Digital Evidence Acquisition Specialist Training Program to be held at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, GA, March 11-22, 2019—No registration fee; Lodging and meals provided by FLETC; Additional costs for use of a department vehicle, fuel, and two additional meals will be incurred–Estimated total cost of travel/training for Whatley is $100.
  • Took action that is necessary to approve travel/expenses for PD Investigator Jason Williamson to attend the Digital Evidence Acquisition Specialist Training Program to be held at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, GA, March 11-22, 2019—No registration fee; Lodging and meals provided by FLETC; Additional costs for two additional meals will be incurred; Williamson will be carpooling with Whatley–Estimated total cost of travel/training for Williamson is $50.
  • Took action that is necessary to authorize payments totaling $618,511.28 for payrolls for Nov. 2018.
  • Took action that is necessary to authorize payments totaling $156,915.62 for balance of accounts payable invoices received for Nov. 2018:

 

 

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